Gathering of Prayer & Protest To Be Held in Brooklyn N.Y. on Behalf of Chevron & Eretz Yisroel

17 12 2008
Chevron, Israel

Chevron, Israel

There will be an “emergency solidarity conference” for the city of Chevron & all of Eretz Yisroel tonight (Wednesday) in Brooklyn N.Y.

The event scheduled for 8:00PM at Congregation Ahaba Ve Ahva [1744 Ocean Parkway near Kings Highway] in Flatbush, will have both Sephardic & Ashkenazi Rabbonim addressing the gathering.

A flyer advertising the event stated: “Please join Rabbis, community leaders & concerned citizens from all communities in an urgent meeting of prayer and protest!”

The evening’s program includes an exclusive video presentation and address by Mr. Morris Abraham, the owner of “Bait HaShalom” in Chevron.

Mr. Morris Abraham, is widely known in Brooklyn & the Deal N.J. Sephardic communities, as a long-time active Community member, and is a true Osek Bitzarchei Tzibur.

The flyer also asked the following questions:

*Why can our community businessman own property in Lebanon and Syria, but not in Chevron – the first Jewish city?

*Why are terrorists’ homes protected by Israel’s Supreme Court, while dedicated Jews are driven from their homes?

*Why is Israel retroactively “Koshering” illegal Bedouin homes and communities, while Jewish farms are being destroyed?

*Why are American Jewish organizations remaining silent while our civil and religious rights are being trampled on?

(News Source: The Yeshiva World)



2 responses

17 12 2008

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17 12 2008

Thank you very much for your kind words.

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